OSRAM SYLVANIA awards scholarships to 15 Bertolon School of Business students

2011 OSRAM SYLVANIA scholarship winners

In ceremonies held Thursday evening, May 6, 2011, at Salem State University, 15 local students enrolled in the Bertolon School of Business were awarded scholarships of $1,000 each by OSRAM SYLVANIA’s senior vice president of communications, government affairs and public policy Geoffrey Hunt. OSRAM SYLVANIA has, since 1979, annually honored five undergraduate business students in each of three concentrations who have achieved the highest grade-point averages. The three concentrations are accounting and finance, management and marketing and decision sciences.

The students are:

Katelynn Denis and Michael Parisi (management)
Kelly Noonan (marketing and decision sciences)

Maksim Cheban (marketing and decision sciences)
Micayla DeGregorio (marketing and decision sciences)

Ethan Beaulieu (marketing and decision sciences)
Jennifer Robinson (marketing and decision sciences)

Labeibah Khader (management)

Adam Chase (accounting and finance)

Matthew Roy (accounting and finance)

Kyle Milan (accounting and finance)
Jennifer Palermo (management)
Heather Varney (management)

Amanda Quinn (accounting and finance)

Kun Liu

Photo caption (left to right): First row: Kun Liu, Kyle Milan, Ethan Beaulieu, Jennifer Robinson, Matthew Roy; Second row: Salem State University president Patricia Maguire Meservey, Kelly Noonan, Adam Chase, Micayla DeGregorio, Michael Collotti and Geoffrey Hunt of OSRAM SYLVANIA, Amanda Quinn, Katelynn Denis, Jennifer Palumbo, Bertolon School of Business dean K. Brewer Doran. Absent: Maksim Cheban, Labeibah Khader